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team fixed the worst bugs at healthcare.gov. with the long thanksgiving weekend over, americans who couldn't enroll will take another try. is the system strong enough to handle the big load, that big rush going forward? >> have they made some progress? yes, they brought in some private sector folks to try to get the functionality up. it still doesn't function right. as a matter of fact, their own cio said that he believed if they had the ability to get up to 80% functionality, that would be a good day for them. >> i think it is good enough progress. clearly just like google and facebook all the interset sites are constantly tweaking their sites, constantly improving them, this has aways to go. it is working certainly reasonably well. jenna: peter doocy, live in washington, following the website launch from the beginning. what is the difference when you look at healthcare.gov today compared to what it looked like when it launched? >> there is brand new home screen today, jenna. the administration says its pages loved in under one second, which is eight times faster than on launch day
insurance right now. also pushing back by noting about a million people visiting healthcare.gov, they did not have any major crashes, there were issues of people waiting and whatnot, they are now turning the corner, but republicans are now saying there is too much focus on fixing the website, not enough on the substance of dealing with canceled policies and the like. take a listen. >> they are married for this political time when politics is mired in the website alone what you think of when it gets working. i think that is a serious mistake. no business would do this. >> the endgame is the most effective website that we can build, but a system by which all those millions of americans who are clearly interested in enrolling and purchasing quality affordable health insurance are able to do so. >> and that is what we expect dick picture from the president after 2:00 p.m. eastern today at the white house when he makes these remarks is to get beyond the problems with the website which have been so negative trying to tout the actual benefit of the law. officials suggesting the pr blitz will go
. the white house says over a million visitors logged on to healthcare.gov since it was fixed but lawmakers say security is still a big problem as hundreds of hacking attacks against the site. a new report claims you might be a target of fraud. chief congressional correspondent mike emanuel on capitol hill taking a closer look at this. mike? >> reporter: jenna there are ongoing security concerns with healthcare.gov, and lawmakers are asking what the consequences are, who is accountable for security issues with the government website? house oversight committee chairman darrell issa says so far the taxpayers are ones being punished. >> failure of this website, some 640 million invested, win undoubtedly cause a loss of revenue many times that. the actual exposure to the vendors and individuals may be limited but to the american taxpayer it will be billions of dollars of lost revenue because of this failure. >> reporter: as healthcare.gov continues to get a lot of attention chairman issa held a hearing today looking at what he describes as the limitations of big government. the oversight commit
? is that a question we're leading with today. jon: let's hope not. >> hi, everybody. i'm jenna lee. healthcare.gov has a new look if you check it out online. it lets shoppers see insurance plans before they buy and whether they qualify for tax subsidies to lower costs. there are so-called back end problems the way customers get information to insurance companies may mean some people who think they are signing up won't actually be covered. earlier this morning on "fox & friends" former vice president dick cheney said the long list of issues with the law is evidence that the government should stay out of personal health care. take a listen. >> the idea that the government that can't bring us a website that will function effectively is now also going to deliver a better health care system, i just find ridiculous. if you can't design and run a website, what the heck are you doing messing with the health care system of the united states? jenna: peter doocy is live in washington with more on this story and has been looking at the website since it launched, peter. what can customers do today and see today th
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